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Consumer alleges Ford failed to fulfill warranties

NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Pine Grove woman is suing Ford, alleging breach of implied and express warranties.

Consumer accuses debt collector of illegal practices

RIPLEY — A Jackson County woman is suing an unlicensed debt collector, alleging illegal debt collection practices.

Widower blames car services for wife's death

BECKLEY — A Wyoming Count widower is suing a car manufacturer and road assistance providers, alleging negligence led to the death of his wife. .

Rental equipment provider alleges customer owes nearly $27,000

NEW MARTINSVILLE — An Ohio rental equipment provider is suing a piping business, alleging breach of a contract and guaranty agreement.

Landlord alleges tenant owes $65,000 for unpaid rent

FAYETTEVILLE — A North Carolina company is suing a Mount Hope tenant, alleging breach of lease agreement in failing to pay more than $65,000.

Customer blames Honda for Acura's troubles

NEW CUMBERLAND — A Weirton man is suing Honda, alleging breach of warranties and guaranties.

Parent, son allege state agency allowed child to be molested

CHARLESTON — A parent and child are suing a West Virginia state agency, alleging deprivation of the child's constitutional rights.

Armed forces veterans accuse loan services of illegal foreclosure

FAYETTEVILLE — A Fayetteville couple, both armed forces veterans, filed a complaint against a loan servicer and holder, alleging misrepresentation and unconscionable conduct.

Property owners blame telecom companies, power line operator for damages

Property owners accuse telecom companies and power line operator of trespassingWILLIAMSON — Property owners are suing Frontier Communications of West Virginia, Frontier West Virginia and Appalachian Power Company, telecom companies and power line operator, citing alleged trespassing and unjust enrichment.Dallas T.

Motorist alleges Allstate breached contract

BECKLEY — A Raleigh County motorist is suing Allstate Insurance, alleging breach of an insurance contract.

Holding company alleges rental business, employer, employee owe more than $100,000

WEST UNION — A holding company is suing trucking businesses, alleging gross negligence in failure to pay more than $100,000 for a crash caused by the defendants.

Mother, children blame motor home owner, driver for crash

WHEELING — A Wheeling mother and her minor children are suing a Montana motor home business and a driver, alleging their negligence caused a crash that injured the plaintiffs.

Contractor alleges construction companies owe $8,000

WINFIELD — A Putnam County contractor is suing construction companies, alleging failure to pay more than $8,000.

New Martinsville accuses Liberty Mutual of contract breach

WHEELING — A West Virginia city is suing Liberty Mutual, alleging breach of an insurance contract.

Equipment rental company alleges logistic business owes more than $32,000

NEW MARTINSVILLE — An Ohio equipment rental company is suing a logistics business and a guarantor, alleging breach of a rental agreement and guaranty in owing more than $32,000.

Lessors accuse energy producing companies of fraud

NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wetzel County property owners are suing oil and gas production companies, alleging fraud, breach of duty and unjust enrichment.

Huntington woman blames Gabe's for injuries

HUNTINGTON — A Huntington woman is suing a retailer, alleging negligence led to injuries for the plaintiff.

WVU Law professor: Energy efficiency jobs available if West Virginia wants them

MORGANTOWN – Job opportunities are there in the industrial energy efficiency sector, but West Virginia lawmakers need to change a trend that indicates that the state is not interested in attracting these jobs, according to a report from the American Jobs Project, which is advised by West Virginia University College of Law professor James Van Nostrand.

Marshall conducts cybersecurity camp with grant from National Security Agency

HUNTINGTON – Marshall University conducted a GenCyber camp after receiving a National Security Agency grant to hold the “first-ever camp of its kind in West Virginia,” according to Joshua L. Brunty, assistant professor of digital forensics and information assurance at Marshall.

Wayne school board dropped as defendant from Hurley's robocall case

HUNTINGTON – An amended complaint has been filed in a lawsuit against Wayne County Board of Education’s curriculum specialist alleging he violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when thousands of Wayne County residents received a recorded telephone message prior to the primary election she went on to win in 2016.